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Add subdomain to email

Hey guys,

Hoping to create a campaign that populates a field that mimics another email field but adds a subdomain. See example below:

original field: hello@hello.com

new field: hello@reply.hello.com

Any ideas besides telling marketo how to populate each individual email address?

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Re: Add subdomain to email

Yeah, can only be done with

1. A webhook

or

2. An export and API-based reimport (not UI-based reimport)

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Is this a field on Leads, or token to be used as From/Reply-To?

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Re: Add subdomain to email

the original field is the "sales owner email address field"

the new field is a new marketo field to be used as a "from/reply-to" field.

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Re: Add subdomain to email

Yeah, can only be done with

1. A webhook

or

2. An export and API-based reimport (not UI-based reimport)

View solution in original post

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Re: Add subdomain to email

could you construct it using what you have already? i.e.

{{lead.Lead Owner First Name}}.{{lead.Lead Owner Last Name}}@reply.hello.com

If you're synced with SFDC, you could use SFDC workflows + field updates to update the field SFDC side rather than trying to do it Marketo side.

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Re: Add subdomain to email

Thanks guys. Jay, unfortunately the emails are first letter of first name.last name or I would do that. Thanks!

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To be fair, while I stay as far as away as I can from such things... if this format has no exceptions across the whole (current) population, and if there are only 26 (assuming you're using ASCII letters for both names and addresses) possible starting letters, you could a [Starts With] constraint and a bunch of Add Choice​s for that.